Tagged: Politics

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Argentina and the vulture funds

I suspect that many Commentator readers are going about their business without paying much attention to battles in the New York courts over Argentina’s sovereign debt. When governments cannot raise enough money from taxes to pay...

The Latin American bicentennial used as nationalist and populist propaganda

The Latin American bicentennial used as nationalist and populist propaganda

Today news are many personal blog about the bicentennial of the countries of Latin America. Even CNN has developed special programs for this. Beyond just and deserved celebration just want to add something to...

What do Starbucks and Wal-Mart have in common?

What do Starbucks and Wal-Mart have in common?

Actually, they have more in common that just this. Wal-Mart sells cheap plastic crap made in overseas sweatshops. Starbucks sells (burnt-tasting) coffee that tastes like crap. Visit Stop Starbucks here.

Political Blogs More Credible than Newspapers, Say Those Who Read Both

Political Blogs More Credible than Newspapers, Say Those Who Read Both

According to research by a Brigham Young University political scientist, people who closely follow both political blogs and traditional news media tend to believe the content on blogs is more accurate. Professor Richard Davis...

The Open Source

The Open Source

The traditional business model for companies is to create a product and/or provide a service to customers in order to receive payment and hopefully exceed operational costs to generate a profit. However, what happens...